Attendance:-  41


Assistants – Ffion Eade + Tony Eade

A shorter midweek trip for the Islanders as they made their way to Lymington Town for another vital game.

A few enforced changes for Steve Hunt’s side as Charlie Allen, Dan Vale and Leigh Mackenzie all came into the starting line up for this trip.

Just two minutes into the game and the Yachtsmen were forced into a substitution as skipper John McKie pulled up with a hamstring problem, being replaced by young Callum Watkins. Four minutes later and the Yachtsmen were a goal down when ASHLEY JARVIS netted. Cowes responded as Dan Vale went close with a shot in the 20th minute. Worse was too follow as the home side doubled their lead when SAMUEL HOUSE scored a second goal for Lymington just before the half hour mark. Cowes managed to keep it to just two down at the break.

H-t 2 – 0

However early in the second half and two became three when ASHLEY JARVIS netted his second of the game. A dejected Cowes side then tried their best to find a way back into the game but were hampered when injury forced Max Draper off, his replacement new signing Elliott Dawes. Not a lot happened for the remainder of the game until the final moments when Callum Capon replaced Connor Furmidge then with the last kick of the game substitute JAKE KING netted a fourth goal for the home team to complete a miserable evening for the Yachtsmen.


COWES SPORTS – Ed Hatt, Conor White, Max Draper(replaced by Elliott Dawes 65), Callum Chase Bkd, Jez Conway, Charlie Allen, John McKie (c)(replaced by Callum Watkins 2), Leigh Mackenzie, Connor Furmidge(replaced by Callum Capon 89), Daniel Vale, James Wykes Unused Subs; Charlie Allen + Dave Thurman g/k

LYMINGTON TOWN – Ross Casey, Callum Davies, Adam Roberts, Timothy Stephenson, Zack Pickett, Stephen Walker, Ashley Jarvis, Nathan Hurst, Sam House, Paddy Nolan, Owen Fee, Used Subs; Serge Fon, Jake King, Nicholas Magee Unused Subs; Carlo Tate + Tom Man

This site uses cookies to store information on your computer. Some of these cookies are essential to make this site work and others help us to gain insight into how it is being used.
These cookies are set when you submit a form, login or interact with the site by doing something that goes beyond clicking some simple links. We also use some non-essential cookies to anonymously track visitors or enhance your experience of this site. If you're not happy with this, we won't set these cookies but some nice features on the site may be unavailable. To control third party cookies, you can also adjust your browser settings. If you wish to view any policies or terms of usage that you cannot find on this website, please contact us. You can change your mind and opt-out at any time by clicking the ✻ icon above.
I consent to cookies
I don't consent to cookies